The "little or a lot" their bulls, as Breeder Enrique Fraga, said Diego Venture, learned how much the Spirit, a beautiful bull with a great presence and great play the Lusitanian rejoneador had taken to Bombon, a noble father on board he executed the luck of the pole and with whom he placed the punishments.
He continued his appearances on the slopes of Sueña to pick bullfighting at the edges of the ring and give the banderillas a break of luck. With Gitan, he has made luck in the violin alternately with the ornaments twice to turn to his star called the Dollar instead of a banderillas with two hands, without bridle and with the handling of horses with his legs and eventually with Toronjo who laid in the fate of the roses short flags, and when he was about to use the death sentence, the lines were filled with white handkerchiefs, and the judge, without thinking about the power, granted forgiveness.
Thus, the Portuguese rejoneador and breeder Michoacan gave a triumphant return to the arena between the general ovation and popularity.
With the opening, Ventura was equally great rider Jaguar, Oro, Colombo and Toronjo, but he was a bad lethal reign and applauded.
Enrique Ponce, meanwhile, stood up against Don Luis, who protested from the bureaus and who had brilliant moments on the right and turned his hand forward, realized the fate of his invention, Poncin, and was killed by the pressure slightly dropped to receive an ear after the majority request that was protested at the time of admission. In his second, boring and insignificant, he persisted in trying to fight his work without much and his work was silenced.
As for Octavio García el Payo, he was not lucky with his lot. His first, bluffless and uneducated bull, but who knocked down Pictor Eric Morals, practically left nothing and left silently.
The seventh celebration started well, but when it was a wheel on the right, he was hit and suffered a horror, so he was taken to a nursing home he did not leave; The bull killed Ponce and heard clapping.
Benjamin's Feast, Luis David Adame, was varied with the coat and deliberately in their respective tasks to have a balance of silence and palm after dispatching the last afternoon.
Gustavo Campos and Héctor García excelled in the banderillas and the young César Daniel Morales' spanking after an excellent pujazó.
The following Sunday, the company announced Ignacio Garibay in a farewell to Sebastian Castello and Diego Silveti, who will have to deal with copies of La Estancia.